The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is further positioning to better take the advantage of globalisation, including the increasingly globalised capital, labour and technology, the interconnectivity and dependence of globalisation also means the country will shared in the impact of global COVID-19 pandemic. While the UAE, as with other countries, is yet to fully assess the human and economic costs of the new COVID-19 pandemic,
Hundreds of teachers are ready to begin new roles as UAE schools prepare to reopen for the first time since March.
After working from home became the new normal in the UAE during the Covid-19 lockdown, Abdul Rahman Risilia, CEO and co-founder of ARC Talent, believes that hiring ‘hybrids’ is the latest recruitment trend as recruiters and HRs look for people who can wear multiple hats together.
Seven in 10 UAE employees are re-evaluating their career prospects and work practices as job markets worldwide adjust to the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a new study by global recruiter Robert Half.
Hiring activity has jumped significantly in the UAE since the beginning of June, following a 50% plunge due to the Covid-19 crisis, according to a new survey.
Dubai: As several companies implement temporary salary cuts in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic and a growing pool of laid off workers is available for hiring, UAE residents are concerned about whether reduced salaries will become the norm in the foreseeable future.
With the gradual reopening of the UAE economy, hiring for jobs is once again ticking up, but with a twist in the tale.
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